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The Golf Club is set in a peaceful rural heart of the Garden of England where old oak trees stand guard and where there is sand, lots and lots of sand.
I played this course in the Kent Autumn Meeting yesterday. It has had a fairly recent overhaul and I was keen to see what it's like now. We had some temporary tees, but I got a good sense of the course. Bunkers are the 'brand' of this golf course. They give the character and visual appeal and, on most holes, dictate your strategy. Having said that, they are very fair. They aren't cruelly placed, there is always an option. I found it a very enjoyable course to play, and particularly liked the par 3s, which include a 'Sawgrass' style island green where the distance was just 66 yards (but still scary!) We loved the halfway hut and the clubhouse, too.
|Are the tees rated for women?|
|Are there on-course toilet facilities?|
|Does the pro-shop stock women's gear?|
|Was the green fee value for money?|
|How would you rate the women's changing rooms?|| |